Lady Death Volume 2 Hardcover by Mike Wolfer, Brian Pulido, Gabriel Andrade
The swords-and-sorcery epic of Lady Death, a warrior queen in a hellish dimension, perfect for fans of gothic fantasy and strong female lead characters.
When her mother was whisked away to a hellish dimension, a courageous young woman named Hope sacrificed her humanity to become the otherworldly sorceress known as Lady Death. Through years of warfare, she conquered a realm... but failed to save her mother’s soul. Now, her mother has returned, revealed as the usurper Death Queen, and Lady Death has lost both her kingdom and her direction. Worse still, the heroine’s quest to retake her throne sees her trusted allies, Wargoth and Satasha, at each other’s throats, aligned on opposite sides of the conflict. Lady Death’s war has just gotten intensely personal... and bloody!
With a career spanning over twenty years, Mike Wolfer has been both writer and illustrator on many of Avatar Press' most popular titles, collaborating with some of the industry's most renowned writers including Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis, and Alan Moore. As the guiding force behind such horror titles as Night of the Living Dead, Friday the 13th, and Escape of the Living Dead, Wolfer cemented his reputation as one of today's top creators of supernatural tales, a trend has continues with his writing credits on Warren Ellis' Gravel and Garth Ennis' Stitched, both of which he also illustrates. Avatar's sister company, Boundless Comics, has also benefited from Wolfer's flair for the macabre, as he writes both Brian Pulido's Lady Death and the "bad girl" extravaganza title, War Goddess. Brian Pulido is a multi-talented writer and movie producer/director known for his edgy brand of pop entertainment. As the President of Chaos Comics, he was the leading independent comic publisher of the 1990’s; there, he created the fan-favorite character Lady Death and wrote hundreds of creator-owned and licensed comics. Focusing on film work in the new millennium, he returned to comics in 2010, for the first time launching a monthly, ongoing Lady Death series published by Boundless Comics.